Bachelor of Business Studies

Bachelor of Business Studies

Bachelors
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4 years

 

The objective of the BBS programme of Tribhuvan University at the FOM is to develop students into competent managers for any sector of organized activity. The programme is based on the principle that graduates will spend a major portion of their life in a constantly changing environment. Therefore, the student should have an  opportunity to obtain a broad knowledge of the concepts and reality- based skills underlying the operation and management of organizations. In Nepal more than 680 colleges offer BBS program.

Upon graduation, students should be equipped to function as a manager in business, industry and government. The graduate should also have a variety of career opportunities in different sectors of business including entrepreneurship and create much needed jobs for others. 

The BBS program specially attempts to:

  1. Equip the students with the required conceptual knowledge of business and administration to develop a  general management perspective in them.
  2. Develop required attitudes, abilities and practical skill in students, which constitute a foundation for the growth into competent and responsible business managers.
  3. Encourage entrepreneurial capabilities in students to make them effective change agents in the Nepalese society. 
  4. Develop necessary foundation for higher studies in management and thereafter take up careers in teaching, research and consultancy.  

Salient Features

  • Minimum General Requirements

The minimum general requirements for the 4-years BBS programme are as follows:

1. An academic year will consist of a minimum of 150 teaching days excluding the days taken for admission and annual examinations.

2. The total instructional hours in an academic year will be 615 (150 days x 4:10 hours a day). For courses requiring field and practical works, additional hours of study will be required.

3. There will be a minimum of five periods (i.e. class hours) each teaching day. The campuses running morning or evening shifts will also be required to meet this minimum class requirement.

Attendance, Evaluation and Grading System

The final evaluation of students is done through the annual examination conducted by the Office of the Controller of Examinations, Tribhuvan University. However, for qualifying to appear in the annual examinations, students must meet the following requirements:

(a) The student must have a minimum of 70 percent attendance of the classes actually held.

(b) No student will be allowed to appear in the second year final examinations without first appearing in the first year final examinations.

The grading system in the annual examinations is as follows:

  1. Third Division 35 Percent
  2. Second Division 45 Percent
  3. First Division 60 Percent
  4. Distinction 75 Percent

Methods of Instruction

The campuses offering the BBS programme should use the methods of instruction which help prepare the student for the realities of Nepalese business, industry and government in which he/she has to

work.

A combination of lectures, group discussions, problem-solving exercises, guest lectures, practical work, and fieldwork will be used as approaches to learning. The campuses are also encouraged to use

the case method of instruction whenever required and wherever possible.

Eligibility

The candidate applying for admission to the BBS program of Tribhuvan University:

  • Students who have passed 10+2 or equivalent examinations from the recognized academic institutes with second division (securing 45% and above) or 1.8 CGPA are eligible to enroll in this program.

Curricular Structure

Update 24 Sept, 2019

Download revised curriculum of BBS program (First year): BBS-TU Curriculum with First Year Course 2019

Downloads:

4-Year Bachelor of Business Studies BBS full Curriculum.pdf

  1. BBS First year Syllabus and Question Collections.pdf
  2. BBS 2nd Year Syllabus and Model Question.pdf
  3. 4-Year BBS 3rd Year Syllabus 2015.pdf
  4. 4 Year BBS 4th YEAR Curriculum Structure.pdf
  1. Model Questions Fundamentals of Taxation and Auditing BBS 3rd year.pdf
  2. Model Questions; BBS 3rd year Fundamental of Financial Management.pdf
  3. Procedures and Format for Project Work (4 Year BBS 4th Year).pdf

The Faculty of Management recognizes the need for both breadth and depth in the total academic pattern. Therefore, the curriculum for BBS degree comprises four separate and distinct course components:

  1. A strong foundation in allied areas of business such as language, economic analysis, legal environment, quantitative methods and research methods to prepare graduates to understand, analyze and comprehend the management concepts, theories and practices.
  2. Core business studies encompassing and integrating all functional areas to provide graduates with an appreciation of the diversity and inter-relationship of business and management issues.
  3. The opportunity to concentrate in one area of specialization such as accounting, finance, human resources management, management science, and marketing in order to provide graduates with some degree of functional expertise.

Curricular Structure of Bachelor of Business Studies-BBS (4 year program)

First Year

  1. English
  2. Business Studies
  3. Micro Economics
  4. Cost and Management Accountancy
  5. Principles of Management

Second year

  1. Business Communication
  2. Macro Economics
  3. Cost and Management Accounting
  4. Fundamentals of Marketing
  5. Fundamentals of Human Resource Management

Third Year

  1. Business Environment Strategy
  2. Fundamental of Financial Management
  3. Business Law
  4. Taxation and Auditing
  5. Organizational Behavior

Fourth Year

  1. Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development
  2. Business Research Methods-50/Final Project-50
  3. Concentration I
  4. Concentration II

Course Composition

Compulsory Courses

MGT 201: Business EnglishMGT 202: Business StatisticsMGT 203: MicroeconomicsMGT 204: Business LawMGT 205: Business CommunicationMGT 206: Macroeconomics

Core Courses

MGT 211: Accounting for Financial AnalysisMGT 212: Cost and Management AccountingMGT 213: Principles of ManagementMGT 214: Fundamentals of MarketingMGT 215: Fundamentals of Financial ManagementMGT 216: Foundations of Human Resource ManagementMGT 217: Business Environment and StrategyMGT 218: Taxation and auditingMGT 219: Organizational BehaviorMGT 220: Entrepreneurship and Enterprise DevelopmentMGT 221: Business Research Methods

Concentration Area (Three courses from any one of the following five functional areas)

Accounting

ACC 250: Accounting for BankingACC 251: Accounting for BusinessACC 252: Advanced Financial AccountingACC 253: Advance AuditingACC 254: Budgeting and Controlling of Profit

Finance

FIN 250: Fundamentals of Corporate FinanceFIN 251: Commercial Bank ManagementFIN 252: Foundations of Financial Institutions and MarketsFIN 253: Fundamentals of InvestmentFIN 254: Insurance and Risk Management

Marketing

MKT 250: Fundamentals of SellingMKT 251: Customer Relationship ManagementMKT 252: Foreign Trade and Export Management in NepalMKT 253: Fundamentals of AdvertisingMKT 254: Fundamentals of Services Marketing

Management

MGT 250: Entrepreneurship and Small Business ManagementMGT 251: International BusinessMGT 252: Management of Industrial RelationsMGT 253: Productivity ManagementMGT 254: Quality Management

MGT 201: Business English

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Interdisciplinary Approach to Learning English (Weightage 40%)
  • Unit 2: Functional English Language Texts (Weightage 15%)
  • Unit 3: Reading for Writing (Weightage 30%)
  • Unit 4: Style (Weightage 15%)

MGT 202: Business Statistics

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Statistics
  • Unit 2: Classification and Presentation of Data
  • Unit 3: Measures of Central Tendency
  • Unit 4: Measures of Dispersion
  • Unit 5: Skewness, Kurtosis and Moments
  • Unit 6: Simple Correlation and Regression Analysis
  • Unit 7: Analysis of Time Series
  • Unit 8: Index Numbers 
  • Unit 9: Probability
  • Unit 10: Sampling and Estimation
  • Unit 11: Quantitative Analysis
  • Unit 12: Determinant
  • Unit 13: Matrix

MGT 203: Microeconomics

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Theory of Demand and Supply and Equilibrium Price
  • Unit 3: Elasticity of demand and supply
  • Unit 4: Theory of Consumer Behavior
  • Unit 5: Theory of Production LH 16
  • Unit 6: Cost and Revenue Curves
  • Unit 7: Theory of Product Pricing
  • Unit 8: Theory of Factor Pricing

MGT 204 Business Law

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Law and Business Law
  • Unit 2: General Law of Contract
  • Unit 2: Bailment
  • Unit 3: Contract of Agency
  • Unit 4: Contract of Sale of Goods
  • Unit 5: Contract of Carriage
  • Unit 6: Law of Negotiable Instruments
  • Unit 7: Law of Company and Insolvency 
  • Unit 8: Arbitration
  • Unit 9: Indemnity and Guarantee

MGT 205: Business Communication

Course Contents

  • I. Business English (50%)

MGT 206: Macroeconomics

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • Unit 2: National Income Accounting
  • Unit 3: Classical Theory of Employment
  • Unit 4: Kaynesian Macroeconomics
  • Unit 5: Income determination (IS-LM) model: Hicks-Hansen Approach
  • Unit 6: Inflation
  • Unit 7: Business Cycles 
  • Unit 8: Monetary Theory 
  • Unit 9: Government Finance
  • Unit 10: Contemporary Issues (with reference to Nepal)

MGT 211: Accounting for Financial Analysis

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Company: Conceptual and theoretical foundation
  • Unit 2: Financial Statement of the Company
  • Unit 3: Analysis of Financial Statement of a Company
  • Unit 4: Company Growth, Merger, Combination and Liquidation
  • Unit 5: Depreciation and its Effect in Financial Statement of a Company
  • Unit 6: Price Level Changes
  • Unit 7: Long-term Planning – Capital Budgeting

MGT 212: Cost and Management Accounting

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Conceptual Foundation
  • Unit 2: Accounting for Materials
  • Unit 3: Accounting for Labour Cost
  • Unit 4: Accounting for Overhead Cost:
  • Unit 5: Costing in Different SituationsLH 30
  • Unit 6: Accounting for Profit Planning
  • Unit 7: Cost Accounting for Planning and Control
  • Unit 8: Cost Reduction

MGT 213: Principles of Management

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: The Nature of Organizations
  • Unit 2: Introduction to Management
  • Unit 3: Evolution of Management Thought
  • Unit 4: Environmental Context of Management
  • Unit 5: Planning and Decision Making
  • Unit 6: Organizing Function
  • Unit 7: Leadership
  • Unit 8: Motivation
  • Unit 9: Communication
  • Unit 10: Control and Quality Management
  • Unit 11: Global Context of Management 
  • Unit 12: Management Trends and Scenario in Nepal

MGT 214: Fundamentals of Marketing

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Understanding Marketing Environment
  • Unit 3: Managing Market Information
  • Unit 4: Market Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning
  • Unit 5: Understanding Buyer's Behavior
  • Unit 6: Product Decision
  • Unit 7: Pricing Decision
  • Unit 8: Promotion Decision
  • Unit 9: Distribution Decision
  • Unit 10: Marketing Practices in Nepal

MGT 215: Fundamentals of Financial Management

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Financial Management
  • Unit 2: Financial Statements and Analysis
  • Unit 3: Time Value of Money
  • Unit 4: Risk and Return 
  • Unit 5: Bond Valuation
  • Unit 6: Stock Valuation
  • Unit 7: Cost of Capital 
  • Unit 8: Basics of Capital Budgeting Decision
  • Unit 9: Capital Structure and Leverage
  • Unit 10: Dividend Policy
  • Unit 11: Working Capital and Current Assets Management

MGT 216: Foundations of Human Resource Management

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Human Resource Management 
  • Unit 2: Human Resource Planning
  • Unit 3: Job Design and Analysis
  • Unit 4: Recruitment, Selection and Socialization
  • Unit 5: Training and Development
  • Unit 6: Motivation
  • Unit 7: Performance Appraisal and Reward Management
  • Unit 8: Compensation Management
  • Unit 9: Employees Discipline
  • Unit 10: Labor Relations: Grievances and Dispute Settlement

MGT 217: Business Environment & Strategy

Part I: Business Environment

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Business Environment
  • Unit 2: Political Environment
  • Unit 3: Environment Regulations/Legal Environment
  • Unit 4: Economic Environment
  • Unit 5: Socio-Cultural Environment
  • Unit 6:Technological Environment
  • Unit 7: Asian and Global Environment

Part II: Strategic Management

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Strategic Management 
  • Unit 2: Establishing Company Direction
  • Unit 3: Internal Analysis
  • Unit 4: Evaluating Company Resources and Competitive Capabilities
  • Unit 5: Strategic Options
  • Unit 6: Strategy Formulation and Strategic Choice
  • Unit 7: Strategy Implementation
  • Unit 8: Strategic Control and Evaluation

MGT 218: Fundamentals of Taxation and Auditing

Part – I: Taxation

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Conceptual Foundation
  • Unit 2: Taxation of Income in Nepal 
  • Unit 3: Definition of basic terms under Income Tax Act
  • Unit 4: Tax Accounting and Timing
  • Unit 5: Quantification, Allocation and Characterization of Amounts
  • Unit 6: Capital and Revenue
  • Unit 7: Classification and Status of an Assessee (Tax Payer)
  • Unit 8: Tax Exemptions, Concessions, Tax Rates and Withholding Payments
  • Unit 9: Heads and Sources of Income
  • Unit 10: Computation of Taxable Income and Tax Liability from Employment
  • Unit 11: Computation of Taxable Income and Tax Liability from Business
  • Unit 12: Computation of Taxable Income and Tax Liability from Investment
  • Unit 13: Taxation on Capital Gain
  • Unit 14: Computation of Total Taxable Income (in case of more than one
  • Unit 15: Provision for losses
  • Unit 16: Tax Administration and Official Documentations LH 6
  • Unit 17: Income Return and Tax Assessment 
  • Unit 18: Payment, Collection (recovery/realization), Remission, Refund and Set-Off
  • Unit 19: Penal Provision
  • Unit 20: Administrative Review and Appeal
  • Unit 21: Value Added Tax (VAT)
  • Unit 22: Contribution of Income Tax and Value Added Tax to National Revenue and Tax Revenue in Nepal.

Part – II: Auditing

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Conceptual Foundation
  • Unit 2: Planning an Audit 
  • Unit 3: Internal Check and Control
  • Unit 4: Vouching, Verification and Valuation
  • Unit 5: Audit Report
  • Unit 6: Auditing Standard

MGT 219 Organizational Behavior

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Organizational Behavior
  • Unit 2: Understanding Individual Behavior
  • Unit 3: Perception and Learning
  • Unit 4: Personality
  • Unit 5: Motivation and Job Satisfaction
  • Unit 6: Groups and Teams in Organizations
  • Unit 7: Leadership 
  • Unit 8: Communication
  • Unit 9: Conflict
  • Unit 10: Organizational Change and Development

MGT220: Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Women entrepreneurship
  • Unit 3: Growth of Entrepreneurship
  • Unit 4: Entrepreneurship Competency Development (ECD)
  • Unit 5: Entrepreneurial Venture Creation
  • Unit 6: Legal Issues of Entrepreneurial Venture
  • Unit 7: Financing of Entrepreneurial Venture
  • Unit 8: Institutional Support to Entrepreneurship Development 

MGT 221: Business Research Methods

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Literature searching and Theoretical Framework
  • Unit 3: Research Design
  • Unit 4: Measurement, Scaling and Sampling
  • Unit 5: Data Collection and Analysis
  • Unit 6: Research Proposal and Report Writing

ACC 250: Accounting for Banking

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Accounting for Deposit
  • Unit 3: Accounting for Bills for Collection
  • Unit 4: Accounting for Guarantee and Margin Deposit
  • Unit 5: Letter of Credit (LC)
  • Unit 6: Accounting for Remittance
  • Unit 7: Accounting for Credit and Advances
  • Unit 8: Accounting for Cash Transactions
  • Unit 9: Accounting for Treasury Management
  • Unit 10: Banking Technology Products 
  • Unit 11: Concept of BASEL Framework
  • Unit 12: Anti Money Laundering (AML)
  • Unit 13: Accounting for Decision Making 
  • Unit 14: Accounting for Control
  • Unit 15: Preparation of Financial Statements
  • Unit 16: Financial Statements Analysis
  • Project Work

ACC 251: Accounting for Business

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Accounting for Partnership
  • Unit 2: Admission of New Partner
  • Unit 3: Retirement and Death of a Partner
  • Unit 4: Dissolution of a Partnership Firm and Piecemeal Distribution
  • Unit 5: Accounting for Consignments 
  • Unit 6: Accounting for Joint Ventures
  • Unit 7: Accounting for Branch
  • Unit 8: Accounting for Department of Activity
  • Unit 9: Accounting for Packages or Containers 
  • Unit 10: Accounting Professional Men
  • Unit 11: Accounting for Royalties
  • Unit 12: Accounting for Hire Purchase System
  • Unit 13: Accounting for Installment System
  • Project Work

ACC 252: Advanced Financial Accounting

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Preparation of Company Accounts
  • Unit 3: Valuation of Goodwill and Shares
  • Unit 4: New Trend in Accounting
  • Unit 5: Accounting for Contract
  • Unit 6: Accounting for Non-Profit Organizations
  • Unit 7: Government Accounting in Nepal
  • Project Work

ACC 253: Advance Auditing

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Conceptual Foundation
  • Unit 2: Planning an Audit
  • Unit 3: Internal check and control
  • Unit 4: Vouching
  • Unit 5: Audit of Impersonal Ledgers
  • Unit 6: Verification and valuation of asset and liabilities 
  • Unit 7: Depreciation, reserve and provision
  • Unit 8: Appointment, remuneration and right and duties of an auditor
  • Unit 9: Audit of a limited company
  • Unit 10: Audit of divisible profits and dividends
  • Unit 11: Audit report 
  • Unit 12: Liabilities of an auditor
  • Unit 13: Audit programmes and Procedures of different classes of Audits
  • Unit 14: Investigation
  • Unit 15: Government Audit in NepalUnit 
  • 16: Recent trends in auditing
  • Project Work

ACC 254: Budgeting and Controlling of Profit

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Conceptual Foundation
  • Unit 2: Sales Planning and control
  • Unit 3: Production Planning and Control
  • Unit 4: Planning of Factor of Production
  • Unit 5: Planning and Controlling Cash
  • Unit 6: Completion of Profit Plan
  • Unit 7: Zero-Based Budgeting
  • Unit 8: Planning and Controlling Capital Expenditures
  • Unit 9: Application of Cost Volume Profit Analysis in Profit Planning
  • Unit 10: Performance Reports for Management Control
  • Project Work

FIN 250: Fundamentals of Corporate Finance

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Corporate Finance
  • Unit 2: Financial Markets and Institutions
  • Unit 3: Interest Rate
  • Unit 4: Short-Term Financing
  • Unit 5: Common Stock and Investment Banking Process
  • Unit 6: Long-Term Debt and Preferred Stock Financing
  • Unit 7: Capital Structure and Leverage
  • Unit 8: Financial Planning and Forecasting
  • Unit 9: Derivatives and Risk Management
  • Unit 10: Multinational Corporate Finance
  • Unit 11: Merger and Acquisition
  • Project Work

FIN 251: Commercial Bank Management

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Commercial Banking
  • Unit 2: The Bank Regulatory Environment
  • Unit 3: Evaluating Bank Performance
  • Unit 4: Asset/Liability Management
  • Unit 5: Investment Management
  • Unit 6: Credit Evaluation Process
  • Unit 7: Commercial and Industrial Lending
  • Unit 8: Real Estate and Consumer Lending
  • Unit 9: Liquidity Management 
  • Unit 10: Capital Management
  • Unit 11: Liabilities Management
  • Unit 12: Off-Balance Sheet Activities
  • Unit 13: Electronic Banking
  • Project Work

FIN 252: Foundations of Financial Markets and Institutions

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Financial Institutions, Financial Intermediaries and Asset Management Firms
  • Unit 3: Depository Institutions
  • Unit 4: The Central Bank and Monetary Policy
  • Unit 5: Insurance Companies
  • Unit 6: Investment Companies and Pension Funds
  • Unit 7: Determinants of Asset Prices and Interest Rates
  • Unit 8: Organization and Structure of Markets
  • Unit 9: Market for Government Securities
  • Unit 10: Markets for Common Stock
  • Unit 11: Market for Corporate Senior Securities
  • Unit 12: The Mortgage and Asset-backed Securities Markets
  • Unit 13: Risks of Financial Institutions
  • Project Work 

FIN 253: Fundamentals of Investment

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Investment Environment
  • Unit 2: Markets and Transactions
  • Unit 3: Investment Information and Securities Transactions
  • Unit 4: Return and Risk
  • Unit 5: Modern Portfolio 
  • Unit 6: Common Stock Fundamentals
  • Unit 7: Common Stock Analysis and Valuation
  • Unit 8: Fixed Income Securities
  • Unit 9: Bond Valuation
  • Unit 10: Mutual Fund
  • Unit 11: Managing Portfolios
  • Unit 12: Derivative Securities
  • Project Work

FIN 254: Insurance and Risk Management

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Risk and Insurance
  • Unit 2: Risk Management
  • Unit 3: Risk Identification and Measurement
  • Unit 4: Fundamental Legal Principles and Insurance Contract 
  • Unit 5: Life Insurance 
  • Unit 6: Health Insurance
  • Unit 7: Auto Insurance
  • Unit 8: Homeowners Insurance
  • Unit 9: Commercial Property Insurance
  • Unit 10: Commercial Liability Insurance
  • Unit 11: Social Insurance
  • Unit 12: Government Regulations of Insurance
  • Project Work

MKT 250: Fundamentals of Selling

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Understanding Sales Process
  • Unit 3: Communication & Transactional Analysis in Sales Job
  • Unit 4: Buyer Behaviour and Buying Process
  • Unit 5: Building Future Sales and Customers Relations
  • Unit 6: Managing Sales force in the Organization
  • Unit 7: Arrangement of Sales Territories
  • Unit 8: Arrangement of Sales Quotas
  • Unit 9: International Sales
  • Unit 10: Evaluating, Supervising and Controlling Sales and Sales Personnel
  • Project Work

MKT 251: Customer Relationship Management

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Customer care and delighting customers
  • Unit 3: Building customer loyalty
  • Unit 4: Customer retention
  • Unit 5: Measuring customer satisfaction
  • Unit 6: Customer service planning
  • Unit 7: Implementation of customer relationship management system
  • Unit 8: Customer data management and warehousing
  • Unit 9: CRM practices in Nepal
  • Project Work

MKT 252: Foreign Trade & Export Management in Nepal

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Commercial and Industrial Policy
  • Unit 3: Balance of Payments and Adjustment
  • Unit 4: Export promotion through EPZ and SEZ
  • Unit 5: Export Procedure and Documentation
  • Unit 6: Export Finance
  • Unit 7: Transit System and its Arrangements in Nepal
  • Unit 8: Role of Regional Economic Cooperation & International Organizations in Nepal’s Foreign Trade
  • Project Work

MKT 253: Fundamentals of Advertising

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Advertising Business and Advertising Agencies
  • Unit 3: Creation of Advertisements
  • Unit 4: Designing the Advertising Message
  • Unit 5: Advertising Appeals
  • Unit 6: Media Planning and Scheduling
  • Unit 7: Establishing and Allocating Advertising Budget
  • Unit 8: Measuring Advertising Effectiveness
  • Unit 9: Advertising Business practices in Nepal
  • Project Work

MKT 254: Fundamentals of Services Marketing

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Models in Services Marketing
  • Unit 3: Market Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning for a services Firm
  • Unit 4: Customer Perceptions and Expectations of Services
  • Unit 5: Buyer Behaviour and Relationship Marketing
  • Unit 6: Service Product and Quality Management
  • Unit 7: Pricing Strategies for Services
  • Unit 8: Promotion Strategies for Services
  • Unit 9: Distribution Strategies for Services
  • Unit 10: Emerging Service Sectors in Nepal
  • Project Work

MGT 250: Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Meaning of Small Business
  • Unit 3: Causes of Failure of Small Business
  • Unit 4: Importance of Location in Business and feasibility Analysis
  • Unit 5: Nature and Importance of Management and Start-Up of Business
  • Unit 6: Nature of Capital Needs 
  • Unit 7: Factors for Product-line Decision
  • Unit 8: Sources of Long-term Funds
  • Unit 9: Management of Small Retail Store
  • Project Work

MGT 251: International Business

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: The Nature of International Business
  • Unit 2: Global Economy and Regional Economic Integration
  • Unit 3: Globalization and International Business
  • Unit 4: Modes of Entering IB
  • Unit 5: International Business Environment
  • Unit 6: Planning, Organization, and Control of IB
  • Unit 7: Strategies for IB
  • Project Work

MGT 252: Management of Industrial Relations

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Industrial Relations
  • Unit 2: Trade Unionism and Employers’ Association
  • Unit 3: Prevention and Settlement of Industrial Disputes
  • Unit 4: Industrial Democracy and Participatory Management
  • Unit 5: Labour Legislation
  • Unit 6: Wage Determination
  • Unit 7: ILO and Nepal
  • Unit 8: Labor Welfare and Social Security
  • Unit 9: Technology and Industrial Relations
  • Unit 10: Industrial Relations Scenario in Nepal
  • Project Work

MGT 253: Productivity Management

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Factors Affecting Productivity and Productivity Improvement
  • Unit 3: Productivity Measurement
  • Unit 4: Productivity Improvement Tools and Technique
  • Unit 5: Productivity Movement and International and Regional Cooperation
  • Unit 6: Productivity in Nepal
  • Project Work

MGT 254: Quality Management

Course Contents

  • Unit 1: Introduction
  • Unit 2: Managing for Quality Products and Services
  • Unit 3: Quality Planning, Control and TQM
  • Unit 4: Service Quality Management and Cost of Quality
  • Unit 5: Quality Improvement and Results